How is the Webster Technique performed?
The Webster technique consists of chiropractic evaluation of the sacrum and it’s alignment within the pelvis. Adjustments are performed to put the sacrum back into the correct alignment. Massage and stretching of the attachment points of the uterine ligaments on the abdominal wall is also performed.
When should you do Webster Technique?
It is NEVER too late. As soon as you find out the baby is in the breech position, you should contact a Chiropractor certified in the Webster Technique. The earlier you begin the more successful the Webster Technique is. We have had expectant moms begin care in the 38th and 39th week of pregnancy.
What is the Webster Technique used for?
Also known as Webster’s Protocol, the technique is most often used in pregnant women to improve pelvic and uterine function and correct fetal positioning, but it can be helpful for anyone who is suffering from pain or stiffness in the sacrum.
Does the Webster Technique hurt?
Does Webster Technique Hurt? Most women find Webster Technique very comfortable. The adjustment itself involves a gentle, downward thrust to the involved side of the pelvis – thus, there is no rotation to the low back and usually no cracking sounds.
Is the Webster Technique Safe?
The Webster technique is considered safe for most pregnancies. It may be helpful throughout pregnancy or simply as an intervention if a baby is breech. And along with addressing breech presentation, the Webster technique may ease: leg pain.
Can a breech baby turn at 39 weeks?
If You Have a Breech Baby Between 39 weeks – 40 weeks
Very few babies will turn head down after 38 weeks, though some babies even turn in labor.
Can the Webster Technique induce labor?
All-in-all, we’ve seen excellent results in reduction of pain and facilitation of labor through the Webster Technique. Whether you’re looking for Natural Induction options or just a way to keep your active mom lifestyle, Chiro care may be a great fit for you.
Can breech babies turn after 36 weeks?
Breech presentation means that your baby is positioned with its feet or bottom in your pelvis. It is common in early pregnancy, but most babies will turn to be head first by the time they are due to be born. If your baby is breech beyond 36 weeks it is unlikely to turn to the head first position by itself.
How does chiropractic help breech baby?
Your chiropractor can tell whether or not the baby is in breech position without doing an ultrasound. They usually do this by pressing certain areas of your tummy. Through this simple method approach, they help you determine where the head, feet, and butt are.
What’s a subluxation?
The term “subluxation” is used by doctors of chiropractic to depict the altered position of the vertebra and subsequent functional loss, which determines the location for the spinal manipulation. “Subluxation” has been defined medically as “…a partial abnormal separation of the articular surfaces of a joint.”
What is Thompson chiropractic technique?
Thompson Terminal Point Technique, also known as Thompson Drop-Table Technique, is a chiropractic technique which uses a precision adjusting table along with a weighing mechanism which gives sufficient tension to keep the patient in the “up” position before the thrust or pressure is applied.